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Appendix G, Catalog of Drawer Files

Label Name or Folder Label in Bold.

COPA April 28 Meeting

Briefing Folder

COPA Hearing #1, Additional Testimony

GetNetwise Press Clips, prepared for the COPA Commission. Binder with 8 sections, approximately 200 pages.

COPA Hearing #1, Transcripts

7 VHS Tapes, COPA Commission 6/8-9/2000, Room 432, Federal Trade Commission, Washington, DC.

Transcripts, COPA Commission 6/8-9/2000. Prepared by ARTI Transcripts, Washington, DC.

    2 Volumes:
    "Common Resources for Parents and One-Click-Away Resources." 207p.
    "Age Verification Technologies." 116p.

COPA Hearing #2 Additional Testimony

Materials from Entertainment Software Rating Board

    Letter from Arthur Pober
    Folder with background information on ESRB and ESRBi
Materials from Virginia Beach Public Library. All materials give reference to website
    "Internet Help Sheet"
    "Kids & Parents, Using the Library Together" - yellow 3-fold sheet
    "Can I Trust This Resource" - green 12" bookmark
    "Public Access Welcome Page with Internet Use Policy Summary" 07/19/00
    "Parents FAQ's" 07/20/00

COPA Hearing #2, Transcripts

6 VHS Tapes, COPA Commission 7/20-21/2000, Jepson Alumni Center, University of Richmond, VA. Prepared by VAVS Productions, (804)935-3933.

Transcripts, COPA Commission 7/20-21/2000. Prepared by ARTI Transcripts, Washington, DC.

    3 Volumes:
    "Filtering, Labeling and Rating Technologies, 7/20." 154p.
    "Afternoon Session." 155-316p.
    "Filtering, Labeling and Rating Technologies, 7/21." 174p.

COPA Hearing #3 Additional Testimony

Berman, Jerry and Daniel J. Weitzner. "Abundance and User Control: Renewing the Democratic Heart of the First Amendment in the Age of Interactive Media." The Yale Law Journal. V. 104, N. 7. May 1995, p.1619-1637.

Briefing Book on User Empowerment and Free Speech Online. Questions about the group can be addressed to the Center for Democracy and Technology, at

Willard, Nancy. "Legal and Ethical Issues Related to the Use of the Internet in K-12 Schools." Brigham Young University Education and Law Journal. V. 2000, N.2, p.225-286.

Materials Submitted by Robin Raskin: (2 copies available)

    Photocopy of FamilyPC Magazine, March 2000, select pages;
    Cover, p.79-88, 90-96.
    Articles: Jabs, Carolyn. "Sex, Lies, and Children: What Parents Don't Know About the Internet." p. 79-88.
    Lewis, Anne. "There Oughta Be a Law." p. 91-93.
    Dumas, Lynne. S. "The World Wide Worry." p. 94,96.
    Summary and Select Results of FamilyPC 2000 survey, compiled by Digital Research, Inc.

Internet Industry Association, "Internet Industry Codes of Practice, Codes for Industry Self Regulation in Areas of Internet Content Pursuant to the Requirements of the Broadcasting Services Act 1992 As Amended." December 1999.

Materials submitted by Jean Armour Polly

    Polly, Jean Armour. Internet Yellow Pages(+ book)

Materials submitted by William L. Tafoya:

    Lee, Wayne. "Child Pornography." Frankfort Police Department. August, 2000.

Written Statement of Kevin Manson, Webmaster, Cybercop Secure

    Communities, prepared for the Congressional Hearings before the Committee on Science, Subcommittee on Technology and Subcommittee on Basic Research of the House of Representatives on: "Cyberporn: Protecting our Children from the Back Alleys of the Internet." July 26, 1995.

Materials submitted by Marcel Machill:

    Machill, Marcel and Waltermann, J., eds. Protecting Our Children on the Internet. Towards a New Culture of Responsibility. Gutersloh: Bertelsmann Foundation Publishers 2000.

COPA Report

U.S. House of Representatives, 105th Congress, 2d Session. Child Online Protection Act, Report 105-775, 32pp.

COPA 3rd Circuit Appeal

American Civil Liberties Union, et al., Plaintiffs-Appellees, v. Janet Reno, in her official capacity as Attorney General of the United States, Defendant-Appellant. No. 99-1324

Department of Commerce

Letter to the Commission from Gregory L. Rohde, Assistant Secretary for Communications and Information. June 8,2000, 3pp. Re: creation of a new gTLD. (7 copies)

National Law Center for Children and Families

3-fold Pamphlet on National Law Center for Children and Families.

Correspondence to Hons. Bliley, Tauzin, & Oxley. Re: Supplement to the Record of Hearing on H.R. 3783, submitted by Bruce Taylor and Chadwicke Groover. September 22, 1998. 9pp.

Enough is Enough

Child Online Protection Act, Briefing Notes. Enough is Enough. Santa Ana, CA. 24p, bound. (2copies)

Watson, Bruce and Shyla Rae Welch. "Just Harmless Fun? Understanding the Impact of Pornography." Enough is Enough. Santa Ana, CA. 15p. (2 copies)

Family Click

Background folders on FamilyClick (5 copies)

    "FamilyClick Connecting Families"
    "FamilyClick Fact Sheet"
    FamilyClick launch announcement
    FamilyClick Executives List
    Hughes, Donna Rice. "The Positives and Perils of the Internet: Working Together to Make Your Family's Online Experience Safe and Fun." December, 1, 1999.

Filters and Freedom

Filters & Freedom, Free Speech Perspectives on Internet Content Controls. Electronic Privacy Information Center, Washington, DC 1999. 174p.

National Center for Missing and Exploited Children

"Online Victimization: A Report on the Nation's Youth." Prepared by the Crimes Against Children Research Center. Finkelhor, Mitchell, Wolak, eds. June 2000. 50p. (7 copies)

Net Nanny

Independent Endorsements of Net Nanny.
Reprints of Press Articles evaluating Net Nanny. (12p)
Printouts of various web sites/indexes pertaining to k-12 education resources.

Virginia Beach Public Library

(additional copies, all material listed in "Testimony Hearing 2" Folder)
All materials give reference to website for further information.
"Internet Help Sheet" (10 copies)
"Kids & Parents, Using the Library Together" - yellow 3-fold sheet (9 copies)
"Can I Trust This Resource" - green 12" bookmark (12 copies)


Folders containing information describing ChildWatch Filter, a product of Pacel Corporation. (4 copies) CD-Rom, ChildWatch Software.
ChildWatch Sponsorship Information.
Pacel Corporate Overview

BO Dietl Computer Corp

CD-Rom Software, Bo Dietl's One Tough Computer Cop. Computer Concepts Corporation. Bohemia, NY.

Technology Matrix Submissions

The Following is a list of hard-copy matrix submissions available.

Ken Baker of FamilyClick has compiled these and will have available electronically via CD-Rom Appendix E.

"Cyber Patrol" : Cyber Patrol, 1900 West Park Drive, Suite 180, Westbourough, MA 01581.

"Anti-Defamation League Hate Filter": Anti-Defamation League, 823 United
Nations Plaze, New York, NY 10017.

"X-Stop" : Log-On Data Corp., 828 West Taft Avenue, Orange, CA 92865-4232.

"N2H2 For Schools (AKA Bess Filtering)," "N2H2 For Libraries," "N2H2 For Business" : N2H2, 900 Fourth Avenue, Suite 3400, Seattle, WA 98164.

"ChildWatch" : Pacel Corp. 8870 Rixiew Lane, Suite 201, Manassas, VA 20109. Note: Matrix submission is inside a Pacel Corporation folder including software.

"PlanetGood" : PlanetGood Technologies, Inc. (formerly, 7202 E. 87th St. Suite 109, Indianapolis, IN 46256.

"CharacterLink" : CharacterLink, 2820 N. Meridian Street, Indianapolis, IN 46208.

"RSACi": ICRA, 3460 Olney-Laytonsville Road, Suite 202, Olney, MD 20832.

"Cyber Snoop" : Pearl Software, Inc., 64 E. Uwchian Ave., Suite 230, Exton, PA 19341.

"Yahooligans!" : Yahoo!, 3420 Central Expressway, Santa Clara, CA 95051.

"Desktop Surveillance" : Tech Assist, Inc., 18830 U.S. 19 North, Suite 323, Clearwater, FL 33764.

"ZeekSafe" :, Inc., 5200 SW Macadam Ave., Portland, OR 97201.

"FamilyClick" :, LLC, 2877 Guardian Lane, Suite 300, Virginia Beach, VA 23452.

"WinGuardian" : WinGuardian, P.O. Box 3531, Boulder, CO 80307.

"Awesome Library" : Evaluation and Development Institute (EDI), 100 Kerr Pkwy., No. 39, Lake Oswego, OR 97035.

"SafeSurf" : SafeSurf, 16032 Sherman Way, Suite 58, Van Nuys, CA 91406.

"Integrity Online" : Integrity Online, 5800 One Parkins Place, Suite 9A, Baton Rouge, LA 70808.

"Safexplorer" : Safexplorer, 700-509 Richards St., Vancouver, BC, Canada V652Z6.

"NetNanny" : NetNanny Software, Inc., 15831 NE 8th, Suite 200, Bellevue, WA 98008.

"E-Junk" : Obvious Solutions, 500 Summer St., Suite 404, Stamford, CT 06901.

"Integrity Online" : Integrity Online of Wichita Falls, TX, 3515 McNiel, Wichita Falls, TX 76308.

"Cyber Sentinel V2.0" : Security Software Systems, 1998 Bucktail Lane, Sugar Grove, IL 60554

"WIPE" : TM Stanford University, Computer Science Dept., Stanford University, 94305.

"Internet Safari" ; Heartsoft, Inc., 3101 N. Hemlock Circle, Broken Arrow, OK 74014.

"iForAll" ; InForAll, Inc., 12200 Tech Rd. #303, Silver Spring, MD 20904.

"iWayPatrol, GBTW2000, children's dept., ispFamilyFilter, safEmail" ; iTECH, Inc., 6601 Washington Avenue, Racine, WI 53406.

"Safe Access" ; Safe Access, P.O. Box 2757, Flagstaff, AZ 86003.

"Dotsafe" ; Dotsafe, Inc., 8181 South 48th Street #120, Phoenix, AZ 85044.

"S4F Technologies" ; Family Connect, 2448 E. 81st Street, Suite 3300, Tulsa, OK 74137.

"Digimarc" ; Digimarc Corp., 19801 SW 72nd Ave., Ste. 250, Tualatin, OR 97062.

"Realtime Sentry" ; eplace2go, inc., 1117 South 22nd St., Birmingham, AL 35205.

"BASCOM" ; BASCOM Global Internet Services, Inc., 275 Marcus Boulevard, Suite R, Hauppauge, NY 11788

Correspondence to the Commission

5/25 4p. facsimile to the commission from Commissioner DeRosier.

    5/25 Memo To: R. Hurlocker, From: A. DeRosier, Subject: COPA.
    5/24 Memo To: A. DeRosier, From: R. Hurlocker, Subject: COPA.

5/26 3p. facsimile to the commission from Commissioner DeRosier.

    5/26 Memo To: R. Hurclocker, From: A. DeRosier, Subject: Your Advice.
    5/25 Email To: A. DeRosier, From: R. Hurlocker, Subject: COPA.

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